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that day or in the days to come that the impact that i had made on >> tranter recounts on new york city reacted to conflict from its earliest days as a trading post to the 19th and 20th century. the author examines how each conflict reacted to the city, including the american revolution 18,000 american prisoners of war died in british prisons to an explosion in a harvard freight depot executed by german agents prior to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the 10 main pc in a new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, boris. it is a pleasure to be here. thank you offer coming out for this. i just want to second what saab want the same about the museum, the tenement museum. if you have not taken the tour down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there. you really know what to yourself. it's indispensable to understanding new york city's history in the 19th and early 20th century histories. it's really
of south korea are getting used to a new addition to their skyline. a shining new city hall. it looks and operates look a 21st ten chcentury building. anna jong is standing by to give us a live tour. >> city hall boosts a unique design and it dominates its surroundings. it reaches 13 floors above ground, and there are five more underground. it took builders, just under 4 1/2 yerz to complete at ape cost of $263 million. the new structure links to the old city hall built in 1926, but just renovated. city hall comes with a lot of eco-friendly technologies. this side of the glass wall is especially coated to keep the heat out. inside the building we find even more devices, to save the energy. almost right away, when you are go inside, you notice a difference in temperature. because it is much cooler inside. this area is echto plaza. 14 kinds of plants grow in the vertical garden. it starts from the first floor and rises all the way to the seventh. water is spread automatically from a system imbedded in the soil. these green walls, these green walls save energy and remove toxic substapsnc
to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the tenement museum in new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, maurice. it's a pleasure to be here. thank you all for coming for this. i just want to second but morris was saying earlier about the museum, but the tenement museum. if you have not taken this to her of 97 down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house that was built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there, he really over to yourself. i really think it's indispensable to understanding new york city's history in the 19th and early 20th centuries and it is really a gift to the city of new york that we have this museum. i encourage you even if you take a mature before, come please come back and take it again because there's new tours changing and it's a wonderful experience. as morris mentioned, i am here tonight to talk about my book "new york at war." i'm going to sho
and a child in oklahoma. tornados are a rarity in new york city and with some eight reported n. september 2010, two tornados ripped through the city. tearing down thousands of trees and leaving more than 30,000 people without power and one person died. it's putting a damper on the u.s. men's open where the semi finals were temporarily delayed from heavy rain and the women's finals washed out, delayed until tomorrow. anna coinman, fox news, new york york >> and we have had a lot of weather and. >> one thing i want to mention, there is that reported sighting. they conducted three storm surveys. one in fairfax, one in reston and one in lorton and there is no evidence of a tornado on the ground. >> and that caused a lot of damage. there is some downed lines and tree branches. >> and dangerous, too. >> and some have to be aware of that to be careful. and this is a calm evening after the action and this is where that precipitation is now and across the areas of lower southern maryland. you can see what a big difference. that frontal system passed and i was speaking to will earlier about the fact of
>>> right now at 6 a.m., live picture from new york city a ceremony underway marking 11th anniversary of september 11th, attacks at ground zero. [ inaudible ] >>> good morning. the 11th anniversary of 9/11. i'm eric thomas. >>> quick look at your weather for some of the local remember brands of course your day's forecast. >>> we start with live doppler, good morning. clouds along the coast not leading to radar returns, cloudy along the coast today, more so than yesterday, a few sunny spots here and there upper 50s to mid 60s. around the bay, a lot like it was yesterday, a few clouds to start the morning, late arriving sunshine the rest of the day, mid to upper 50s upper 60s to upper 70s by 4:00. inland going to get a little toasty during the afternoon 90s after starting in the 40s and 50s, drop down by 4:00 upper 70s to upper 80s. comfortable by 7:00 with upper 60s to mid 70s. >>> back to livermore. good morning. happy tuesday. new report of an accident westbound past first on the shoulder earlier accident cleared out of lanes, reports there's a big rig blocking north flyn
by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consuming pumps. valves open to regulate the flow into the 85-mile-long delaware aqueduct -- the longest tunnel in the world. at hillview reservoir... the water is partitioned into another giant tunnel system. where it travels deep below manhattan. the pressure built up by gravity from the mountains pushes the water upwards towa
. look at this, caught on tape in new york city, lightning and hail, flash flooding, power outages. and even more brand-new tornado warnings in the northeast as well. maria molina following all of this from the extreme weather center. i know you're hearing that there was some word of injuries in a county fair? >> that's right. we did the reports of injuries at a county fair in prince george area, basically across parts of maryland. we had a warning. 12 injuries that reported from the national weather center, basically because people were trying to evacuate that area and they were injured doing that. please do so safely if you get a warning. keep that in mind as well. otherwise a brand-new tornado warning now in effect for southwestern parts of berkshire county in western massachusetts, right along the new york state-massachusetts border. extreme western massachusetts and getting reports now of power outages. keep in mind aside from the tornado risk, we also have damaging wind gusts that are possible with some of these thunderstorms and those can knock down tree branch, can knock do
weekend. hello everybody. i am uma in washington. severe weather underway in new york city at this time. word from the fox news extreme weather center all five burroughs are under a tornado watch. the warnings expired but we are told there is possible damage from queens county. all five are under a tornado watch. we'll keep you posted with that . turning now to politicings it is crunch time for the cand dates. president obama and mitt romney are neck and neck and both back in battle ground states. mitt romney is setting his sights on virginia. we'll have live coverage . edhenry is travel the president and karl cameron covering mitt romney. ed is in seminole, florida. >> great to see you, we are not two months out . final sprint. and we see both of the candidates criss crossing the same battle grounds. mitt romney went to iowa and new hampshire where they are trying to get a post convention bounce. president in st. pete area where mitt romney had his convention. bottom line, florida has a mother load of electoral votes. 29 of them. this is why the president -- >> all we have to offer is
area with 30 other cities across the u.s. on this one year anniversary of the occupy movement. in new york city where it started on september 17th, 2011. protesters are gathering in zuccotti park with plans to march near the new york stock exchange. saturday 300 marched, at least a dozen arrests, but no major problems. last year the mayor ordered police to evict protesters from the plaza. >> occupy protesters have several demonstrations planned today to mark the anniversary of the start of the movement. amy hollyfield is in the financial district with what we can expect there. >> reporter: we've got a group already occupying now. it is a small group, they've camped out overnight to start making their statement. they say don't let their size fool you. they believe the movement is still going strong. it is a far cry interest the crowds we saw at the beginning of the occupy movement. we have video to show you. especially, in oakland and san francisco the protesters were very enthusiastic then in their crusade. there were some clashes with police. there was disagreement over whether it is
of an ancient stream on mars. >>> and circular sensation. new york city makes plans for the world's largest ferris new york city makes plans for the world's largest ferris wheel. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the red line. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has told the united nations that the world has until next summer to stop iran from building a nuclear weapon. the white house reacted by saying the u.s. shares israel's goal of stopping that from happening but so far it has refused to set an ultimatum. nbc's danielle leigh reports. >> reporter: from a fight over the west bank to fears about iran's nuclear program, israeli's prime minister benjamin netanyahu spoke under pressure before the united nations. >> today a great battle is being waged. >> reporter: just one day after iran's president mahmoud amadinejad spoke, he netanyahu delivered an ultimatum. >> a red line should be drawn right here before, before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter
it happen in new york city. tornado watches remain in affect. right here in queens . breezy point . this tornado spotted earlier and we just learned within the past hour the second twister touched down in the burrough in brooklyn. this is queens and this is new video in our news room. firefighters canvassed the beach front neighborhood and we have not heard them this week. sevore weather warning in carolina and far reaching storm system. maria molina is live and she's been busy today. >> harris, good to see you, and thanks to a strong cold front. and that is becomely produced a lot of severe weather that is kind of unusual for this time of year. we tend to see it in the months of spring time and april and may and when you tend to see the cold air enteracting with the cold air. we see it occurring in the time of year because of cool air and dry air behind the system and ahead of it warm and humid in parts of new england and all the way in the carolinas and why we have seen the explosive development of thunderstorms and two confirmed tornados in the new york city area. one in queens
and corruption in new york city which was then one of the debatched city in the world. most new yorkers thought he was crazy or jocking. within three months of the appointment this is how a major newspaper portrayed roosevelt. [laughter] it's almost the premises for a sitcom or at least a dark comedy. harvard educate reformer in to the brothels and gamblings joints, stir slightly with tough irish cop and wait for the explosion. manhattan in the 1890s inspect is time square. still called long ache scare. no traffic lights or stbs. no overnight parking. streets seem wider. they can ride in any direction up and down the streets. thieves stole more horses in new york city than the entire state of texas. [laughter] and they raised to outlaw stables where they painted the horses a different color. i'm telling you, these are chop shops for horses. [laughter] look at the sanitation man in the middle of the street. you don't think about it there were 60,000 horses in new york city. at least thirty pounds of manure per day per house. 1.8 million pounds of manure in new york city. that poor guy had to sta
york region here for the five burros of new york city and the -- borrows of new york city. the sun bushes as well. conditions are favorable for a possible twister. in effect for boortz parts of new york city, parts of jersey and lower hudson valley until 7:00 p.m. western parts of connecticut under a tornado watch until 11:00 p.m.. keep in mind, melissa we had two weeks ago touch down in new york city. one in queens and another one in brooklyn. back to you. melissa: robert gray. all right. thanks. >>> all female texas tire business takes aim at an industry heavyweight. the owners jojoin us next on how girl power is pumping up their bottom line. at the end of the day it is all about money. ♪ [ horn honks ] [ male nouncer ] you start your day... love you, too. ...thinking about what's important to you -- your family... ...e mortgage... the kids' college tuition. [ cellphone ringing ] but life insurance? [ horn honking ] life is unpredictable. that's why at fidelity life we want you to think about term life insurance -- taking care of your family's future expenses if something happe
. vehicles could ride in any direction up and down the streets. thieves stole more houses in new york city than the entire state of texas. [laughter] and they raced to outlawed stable where they painted the horses a different color. i'm telling you, they are chop shops for horses. look at the sanitation man in the middle of the state. there are 60,000 horses in new york. 1.8 million pounds of ma neuroa day in new york city. that poor guy had to stand in the middle of the traffic and shovel it up. so this is downtown. city crowded, noisy, fast paced, had a population of around 2 million people. more irish than dublin. more gear mans they any city but berlin. you have to understand it was defiantly international. it was not an apple pie wave wheat kind of place. defiantly international in the 1890. the democracy political club. they dominated politics winning seventh of the last nine mayorial elections. they were reformers and republicans. tr happened to be both. a reformer and republican. he was correct. here's a story i love. a contractor accused of delivering one tercht of the thousand po
tornadoes in new york city. plus a new storm brewing in the tropics. fighting lung cancer. tonight what doctors are calling a promising new way to treat the deadly disease. >>> out of the sky, the mystery surrounding part of a jumbo jet that came crashing into a neighborhood. >>> and if it doesn't fit, you must acquit. remember that 17 years later the prosecutor in the o.j. trial makes a stunning allegation about that infamous moment. >>> from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. after weeks running virtually neck and neck a new poll shows some day light has suddenly opened up between president obama and mitt romney. the president making a bounce in florida where he tried to pivot the conversation away from high unemployment and on to an area that he hopes to prove to be governor romney's achilles heal. romney told our david gregory what part of the president's health care law he would like to keep in place. kristen welker joins us from west palm beach with more on all of that as well as what has to be the picture of th
cities, including pittsburgh and new york. man: new york city went to philadelphia and said, "you know, we're thinking of developing a hudson river water supply -- what do you suggest we do?" and they said, "we've had "a lot of problems on the schuylkill. "don't go to the hudson river. go to the upland and work by gravity." and that's what new york city did. they first went to the hudson highlands, but 150 years later, it went to the delaware highlands. and really diverted the water that normally went to philadelphia to new york city. i don't think they anticipated that. narrator: the majority of new york city's drinking water comes from watersheds in upstate new york. a watershed is the area of land where water from rain or snow melt drains downhill into a body of water. mountains act as a funnel to feed rivers and lakes. and in this case, reservoirs. in the new york city system, water is collected and stored in 19 reservoirs, which can hold more than a year's supply -- over 580 billion gallons of water. almost all of the system is fed by gravity, without the use of energy-consuming p
very much. >>> world leaders are gathering in new york city ahead of the 67th united nations general assembly session which begins tomorrow. president obama will be one of the first speakers. on wednesday, iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad gives his address. he sat down with an interview with cnn's piers morgan and was asked about a possible military conflict with israel. >> do you fear that war is imminent? do you fear that there will be military conflict perhaps even before the end of this year between your country and israel? >> translator: of course the zionists are very adventuresome, and they see themselves at the end of the line, and i see that they are trying to create opportunities for themselves. >> piers also asked about the death of osama bin laden. listen. >> were you pleased that osama bin laden was killed by american navy s.e.a.l.s on the instruction of president obama? >> translator: i would have been happier to see a transparent tri trial, a formal trial and find out the root causes of all of the events of the last few years. >> you can see the full interview wit
fadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 13th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. tonight, it was a day of fury, as violent anti-american protests erupt at u.s. embassies across the arab world. in cairo tonight, clashes with police have turned violent, after hundreds stormed the american compound in yemen earlier today. it's all part of the uproar over an american-made movie that mocks the muslim prophet muhammad. tonight, american officials are warning that extremist groups could spread this violence back here at home and abc's martha raddatz brings us the latest. >> reporter: tonight, protesters and egyptian security forces are facing off outside the embassy in cairo. the crowds, throwing stones and molotov cocktails, greeted with tear gas in return. it has been a long day of unrest in the region. this morning, outside the u.s. embassy in yemen's capital, protesters smashing windows and climbing the walls to the compound. at around 4:30 a.m. east coast time, yemen's spokesperson in washington tweeted in all caps, "protesters have stormed the u.s. embassy in sana
>>> good morning, america. this morning -- touchdown. a pair of twisters hit new york city >> oh, my god! >> a rare and terrifying sight. across the northeast, big storms with powerful winds leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power overnight. our meteorologist ginger zee covering it all. >>> danger from above. look at this. a door from a plane plum mets landing in the middle of this wash stan neighborhood. the faa investigating. mystery this morning. >>> way too close. an alleged stalker brandishing a pair of scissors hops a fence and makes it to mile yao cyrus' front door, the arrest caught on tape and why he told police that he needed to see her. >>> and taking the plunge. ginger and i take on the biggest adventure yet. jumping out of a plane at 13,000 feet. what the full minute of free-fall is like. we find out if we're really meant to fly. >>> no, in no way want to diminish the bravery of my colleagues ginger and bianna, while they were jumping out of a plane, ron and i were baby-sitting bianna's new son, jake. we have never changed a diaper in our lives. i let r
. >> this was intended to be seen as a triumphal entry into new york city. it's modeled on the great roman arches, which were intended to be monuments to the great war battles of the romans. so it has that same kind of idea of entry into and outside of new york city. and it has many symbols on top of it and throughout the facade -- symbols of new york city. you see thalf moon, which was henry hudson's ship. on the other side is a windmill, which refers to the original dutch settlers of new york. and then on the top is the great monumental sculptural element, which has three gods. >> the gods -- hercules, mercury, and minerva -- came from greek and roman mythology. they represent strength, commerce, and wisdom. even the clock is special. tiffany glass lines the numbers and the hands. >> it's very difficult to see, but when the light shines on it, it's quite beautiful and picks up in different colors. this is a really wonderful -- probably one of the most spectacular places to be in grand central and in the entire city. not very many people actually get to come up here. but what you can see from here t
million. plus, the president of iran now in new york city and delivering some strong words to the united states and israel. mahmoud ahmadinejad says that israel is a fake regime that has no roots in the middle east. and that he does not fear any attack on his nation's nuclear program. >> ahmadinejad foolish, offensive and sometimes unintel lidgeable things with great regulator. >> shepard: one of ahmadinejad's top generals says in the event of war his source also target u.s. bases in the middle east. plus, say good by to free checking. a new report claims banks are finding new ways to nickel and dime us customers. the sky high fees and what you can do to fight back. and frustration and anger at the nfl's replacement referees. another wild week of blown and missed calls and now coaches, players, and fans are demanding the league make a deal to save the integrity of the game. and we'll get to that. but first from fox this monday night, a top iranian commander is now threatening to target united states military bases should israel attack iran's nuclear program. iran's president is here in t
. right here in new york city, jeffrey canada has a program in harlem that's been just remarkably successful in helping bring young people to a posture where they're ready to learn by the time school starts. and those type of efforts should be evaluated one by one. >> you were lucky now attend kran brook. the cost of a fuel year is $38,900. do you think we owe as a nation every pupil in america the equivalent of a $38,900 education every year? >> i don't know that a dollar number always equates to how effective the teacher is. i was delighted to have a terrific education at a private institution. that's not available to the entire nation, but will there are teachers in the public system that are every bit as good as those in the private teacher. my fourth grade teach are may ha may have been the best i ever had and she was dedicated to helping her children develop the skills that they needed to succeed. i don't know that i place a dollar figure on it. in the state of massachusetts, dollar spending per pupil wasn't a very good determining factor of how well the student would do. i
and also in queens county in new york city. we had a tornado that was also spotted. we had video of that. we'll bring that later today. greatest chance for severe weather, in parts of new hampshire and up stated new york including the city of albany, down to the philadelphia area. large hail, damaging winds and even some tornadoes will be possible. there is a difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning. a tornado warning means there could be a tornado on the grouped. a watch means there is a chance for it. you have to stay alerted throughout the rest of the several hours and across the new york city area, our tornado watch is going in effect 9:00 p.m. eastern time. another tornado watch further off to the north until 10:00 p.m. including parts of vermont and new hampshire and upstate new york. you can see further across to the south, in philadelphia severe thunderstorm watch until 10:00 eastern time. >> gregg: let's transition, the white house on the left and the nation's capitol you can't see amid heavy downpour there. on the right-hand side of your screen and again, the na
throughout the skyline here in new york city. the freedom tower, formally known as the freedom tower, now world trade center 1. about a year and a half. 1776 feet tall. it is a remarkable sight to see. what they have accomplished in lower manhattan. and also it's up for debate as what they have yet to get done. we'll move through all the top ibbs throughout the day here. it was so striking to hear, say hello to daisy up there. daisy could be the pet dog or pet cat or maybe the goldfish that left us some time ago. it is those poignant moments we will hear on and on the next couple hours. >> my sister-in-law. [moment of silence] >> craig michael black. richard middleton blood, jr.. >> michael andrew bacardi. >> michael bochi [o. >> susan bochino. >> mary katherine boca. >> nick as boddaf. >> lawrence francis besseau. >> vincent boman, jr.. >> and drew boheur, jr.. >> colin bonnet. >> frank bonomo. >> yvonne bonomo. >> genevieve bonsignore. >> mary jane booth. >> sheri an bordeaux. >> christine bordenabe. >> martin, boryczew ask. i. >> richard edward besco. >> my aunt see seal king. we love
-k airport in new york city...//. more than... a... dozen airport staff... were arrested... durinig the bust.../. fifteen suspects... are accused... of stealing... 20-milliin dollars worth of alcohol.../. &pthey... were reportedly... swiping an average... of... seven-and-a-half thousann... mini bottles... from... american airlinee planes a day. say good-bye ...to sugary sodd in new york city...//. new york city's... board of health ...voted today... to ban the sale of sugary drinks.../.the ban applies... to... containers ...larger than 16 ounces... in ressaurants and other venues....// the move... &pis meant to combat obesity... and... encourage residents... to live healthier liffstyles...//. critiis... , including... mcdonald's and ccca-cola, .. have assailed the ban as "misguided" and "arbitrary."the ban will not apply to grocery stores. 3 3 3 3 3 3 we're tracking breaking news tonight out of north baltimore.. you're looking live at the crime scene right now. just over 30 minutes ago, two people were hot somewhere earby, then drove to the corner of bellona avenue an
with the occupy movement. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> now we want to take you live to new york city where occupy protests are already underway, they began over the weekend the city has seen a dozen arrests today does mark the anniversary of the movement protesters converging near the new york city new york stock exchange and 30 other cities. it spread quickly a year ago today but fizzled a little since then as we've noticed here in the bay area. protests typically in the name of ending foreclosure, racial inequality. in new york, stop and frisk. also the debt. again -- [ unintelligible ] >> back here this morning, oakland man under arrest after breaking into a san leandro home over the weekend. police say 20-year-old entered the home on the 100 block of oaks boulevard, homeowner heard him come in and confronted mack the two fought and he held him down until police got there the homeowner says he was not hurt. >>> wand man surrendered to police -- wanted man surrendered to police in newark. highway patrol went to motel 6 sunday morning. a license plate check linked a car parked at the mote
the philadelphia area. new york city you will have to deal with showers and storms as well. all of this moisture believe it or not is partly associated with what was isaac that impacted new orleans last week. we are seeing that moisture creeping on into portions of the northeast into the southeast. heavy rain through parts of southeastern alabama. that will be the case in the panhandle. we could be seeing delays. behind that system a drop of temperatures not so much early this morning. right now minneapolis 71 current temperature. 71 in new york city. here's a quick look at some of the high temperatures where highs once again into the triple digits across texas. >> now to stories you can bank on this morning. younger americans still struggling to find work and you may be surprised to learn why. joining us from the fox business network is lauren simonetti. competing against older folks, huh? >> exactly. good morning heather. good morning everybody. more and more americans are delaying retirement adding to the work force. 1 in 5 americans older than 65 are either working or looking to work. it's g
. after that, a look at some of the 9/11 memorials held this week including ceremonies in new york city and at the pentagon. tomorrow on washington journal, national education decision president decisionvan roekel's reaction to the chicago's teachers' strike. a discussion of the patrol presidential campaign with william bennett. the washington institute and the latest on the anti-american protests in the middle east. live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c- span. >> i think people like to see where politicians views have shifted over the years. at the people like to see whether mitt romney in 1994 was campaigning for welfare reform or against well for -- welfare reform. i think people like to see how these politicians have evolved. day -- there is an element that is almost, people say this is incredibly interesting. >> i have tried to think why it is that he is changed so often. what he finds it's a difficult to come down one side of an issue and instead floats between both issues. >> someone running for state officer for the first time, does it help your name is barack obama? >> the best way to
this week including ceremonies in new york city and at the pentagon. >> a started by saying let's be cautiously optimistic. i title the book "the awakening ." it is about the arab mind. yes, it is possible to change the country. this is something that is a legacy, a shift, which is very promising for the future. >> tariq ramadan on the causes of the arab spring at 3:00 p.m. eastern on book tv. >> they bring us at the news in an unfiltered manner. i watched the news, whatever national events are going on. i do not have to worry about some experts telling me what i should think about of. it gives you the ability to make your own opinion about what is going on. they claim they're trying to be down the middle, but it is hard. if there is no one talking, you know it is there and you can make your own opinion about what is happening. >> watching c-span on comcast. c-span -- created by america's cable companies in 1979. brought to you as a public service. andrew keen is the author of "digital vertigo." he recently sat down at a forum. this is about 40 minutes. >> thank you. i am deligh
-american demonstrations continue to spread this morning. in pakistan a new attack on the u.s. consulate. protestors breaking through a barricade and throwing bricks. this follows attacks on u.s. consulates and other cities in pakistan in recent days. >>> in beijing the car of the u.s. ambassador to china was
and tv shows are actually filmed? in new york, it is the job of nick carr to scour the city and find the perfect locations. he gave us this first-person account. some of the locations you might recognize. others could be coming to a theater knew you -- near you soon. and itnew it from movies lik seemed like this crazy, amazing place. my name is nick carr. i am a movie location scout. i do away -- a blog called "scouting new york." this is a great building. it looks like a little gap. nothing stands out. but this is one of the coolest things i have ever stumbled across in new york. as you walk closer, you will see it is not just a random alleyway with trash barrels or something like that. it opens up into this beautiful courtyard with these gorgeous houses, all of which were built three civil war. it is the last thing you'd expect to stumble on it -- build pre-civil war -- which were built pre-civil war. it is the last thing you would expect to stumble on here. this is the apartment building was used for the tv show "friends." one of the most cliche locations that i get asked to stop
almond slices for your taste buds. >>> some new york city schools are making the so-called morning after pill available to students. the department of education says girls as young as 14 will be able to get the plan b emergency contraception without consent. parents have been notified. the city says about 7,000 girls get pregnant by the age of 17 and more than half choose to get an abortion. new york city schools distribute condoms to their students. >>> challenges in the classroom are front and center as the education summit begins today. some of the world's best are discussing solutions. >> reporter: the majority of eighth grade students are not proficient in math or science. condoleezza rice says the lack of education threatens national security. j6[e analytical skills is reaso for concern. the idea you have to be able to write based on text and write based on fact and to be able to analyze. these are the skills that even our best students are not acquiring. >> reporter: here at education nation, a focus is on standards in math and reading. secretary of education arne duncan hopes thi
a school and a bay area hospital plays a starring role in a film opening tonight in new york city . >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> good evening. it's wednesday, september 25th. i'm gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. we begin with developing news out of san francisco where three people have just been taken into custody after leading police on a high speed chase. police tell us pacific heights where a woman says a man grabbed her backpack then jumped into a silver mercedes suv. it ended when the suv struck a mini van at sage and buchanan street. suspected robber and two other people were taken into custody. the driver of the mini van was injured as well as two of the suspects. a child at a nearby park was struck by debris. >>> crews are at the scene of a minor train incident right now on the peninsula. it happened within just the last hour. traffic was stopped for awhile but it does seem to be moving to the area. you can see from this, passenger reports the northbound train was packed with riders heading to to
weather alert a possible tornado touching down in new york city, hello, everyone, i'm he kelly wright. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby, this is one of the we'll report, you decide. look at the video into fox news, a massive funnel cloud. let's just listen for a moment. . [wind blowing] >> wow, look at the size of this massive funnel cloud, kelly. it moves through the breezy point section of queens, just outside of where we are. >> kelly: wow. >> jamie: the forces of mother nature overwhelming and they also had large hail, powerful wind, dangerous lightning, descending on the area and knocking down trees and power lines and tossing around sand near the beach. large amounts of debris also flying around, including huge metal trash bins. and meteorologist maria molina is live in the fox extreme weather center having a busy day suddenly because of this. when will we know if it's an actual tornado, maria? >> the national weather service will have to come in and acertain the damage and the wind speed on the system. we can see on the video it clearly looks like a tornado and we have reports from b
canada. otherwise we will be seeing temperatures in the 70s across new york city and portions of the carolinas and relatively cool bay as well in atlanta georgia high of 75 because of a frontal system. storms from portions of north carolina up state new york and southern vermont large hail damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes will be possible in this area. we need to stay alert today if any warnings are in our county. there is a flash flood concern across parts of west virginia and northern portions of huntsville, alabama, knoxville you are out of the warning area but you can get heavy downpours that could produce localized flooding in a short amount of time with so many thunderstorms. if all of that wasn't enough we are talking about strong winds as we head into later today and the overnight hours and earl wlins across portions of new england, new york city, down into philadelphia as well with wind gusts that can reach 50 miles per hour as the storm system passes by. as had he head into tomorrow later today it will be quiet once again. >> so a quick storm. >>> it is now
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